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    SYNFORM Editor Matteo Zanda (right) with Editorial Assistant Alison Sage (left)

     

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SYNFORM is available as part of the online editions of SYNTHESIS, SYNLETT and SYNFACTS via Thieme E-Journals. This supplementary feature is available free of charge and presents people, trends, and views in synthetic organic chemistry with direct links to all quoted original papers.

New Route to Synthesize DFPA New Route to Synthesize DFPA

Yosuke Ochi presents a new way to synthesize DFPA – an important building block in fungicides.

Interview with Zhong Wang Interview with Zhong Wang

This Young Career Focus presents Zhong Wang (University of Southampton, UK).

Difluoroacetic Acid as a New C–H Difluoromethylation Reagent Difluoroacetic Acid as a New C–H Difluoromethylation Reagent

John Nielsen shows the use of difluoroacetic acid in the C–H difluoromethylation of heteroaromatic compounds.

Drug Release in One Click Drug Release in One Click

In the new SYNFORM category “Emerging Technologies” Marc Robillard reports on the development of chemically cleavable antibody–drug conjugates.

Interview with Shuli You Interview with Shuli You

This Editorial Board Focus presents Shuli You (Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, P. R. of China).

Synthesis of 1,2,3,4-Tetrahydroisoquinoline Derivatives Synthesis of 1,2,3,4-Tetrahydroisoquinoline Derivatives

Lórand Kiss presents a de novo synthetic route to 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline derivatives.

Ruthenium-Catalyzed Late-Stage Directed Arylation of Pharmaceuticals Ruthenium-Catalyzed Late-Stage Directed Arylation of Pharmaceuticals

Igor Larrosa describes the late-stage directed arylation of pharmaceuticals under ruthenium catalysis.

Interview with Stephen Thomas Interview with Stephen Thomas

This Young Career Focus presents Stephen Thomas (University of Edinburgh, UK).

Cobalt-Catalyzed Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Enamides Cobalt-Catalyzed Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Enamides

Paul Chirik uses single-electron reduction for the cobalt-catalyzed hydrogenation of enamides.

Barbier and Grignard: Pioneers of Organomagnesium Chemistry Barbier and Grignard: Pioneers of Organomagnesium Chemistry

This Name Reaction Biography presents Philippe Barbier and Victor Grignard as the pioneers of organomagnesium chemistry.

Separation of Enantiomers Separation of Enantiomers

Ron Naaman and Yossi Paltiel describe the separation of enantiomers by using achiral magnetic substrates.

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